Rise Ye! Rise Ye!
Rise Ye! rise ye! noble toilers! claim your rights with fire and steel!
Rise ye! for the cursed tyrants crush ye with the hiron â??eel!
They would treat ye worse than sl-a-a-ves! they would treat ye worse than brutes!
Rise and crush the selfish tyrants! ku-r-rush them with your hob-nailed boots!
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Henry Lawson

The Nature Of Love. (From The Italian)
To noble heart Love doth for shelter fly,
As seeks the bird the forest's leafy shade;
Love was not felt till noble heart beat high,
Nor before love the noble heart was made.
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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Among rams and asses and horses, Kyrnos, we look for those
Of noble breeding, and a man wants them to mate
From worthy stock. Yet a noble man does not mind marrying
A base woman of base birth if she brings him money in abundance,
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Verses Inscribed Under A Noble Earl's Picture
WHOSE 1 is that noble, dauntless brow?
And whose that eye of fire?
And whose that generous princely mien,
E'en rooted foes admire?
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Robert Burns

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If I had money, Simonides, I would not feel such pain
As I do now, when in the company of the noble.
As it is, wealth recognizes me but passes by, and I am speechless
Out of want, although it would seem that I know better than most
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Royal Prayer
HA, I am the lord of earth! The noble,

Who're in my service, love me.
Ha, I am the lord of earth! The noble,
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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

On Pedigree. From Epicharmus
My mother! if thou love me, name no more
My noble birth! Sounding at every breath
My noble birth, thou kill'st me. Thither fly,
As to their only refuge, all from whom
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William Cowper

Beautiful Twenty-Second
To Original Music

The people in this nation,
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Julia Ann Moore

And Is It Among Rude Untutored Dales
AND is it among rude untutored Dales,
There, and there only, that the heart is true?
And, rising to repel or to subdue,
Is it by rocks and woods that man prevails?
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William Wordsworth

A little too abstract, a little too wise,
It is time for us to kiss the earth again,
It is time to let the leaves rain from the skies,
Let the rich life run to the roots again.
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Robinson Jeffers

Virginia--The West
THE noble Sire, fallen on evil days,
I saw, with hand uplifted, menacing, brandishing,
(Memories of old in abeyance--love and faith in abeyance,)
The insane knife toward the Mother of All.
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Walt Whitman

Brave Schill! By Death Delivered
BRAVE Schill! by death delivered, take thy flight
From Prussia's timid region. Go, and rest
With heroes, 'mid the islands of the Blest,
Or in the fields of empyrean light.
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William Wordsworth

Ch 03 On The Excellence Of Contentment Story 26
I have seen a fat fool, dressed in a costly robe, with a turban of Egyptian linen on his head, riding on an Arab horse. Someone said: â??Saâ??di, what thinkest thou of this famous brocade upon this ignorant animal?â?? I replied: â??It is like ugly characters scrawled with gold-water.â??

Verily he is like an ass among men,
A calf, a body which is bleating.
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Saadi Shirazi

To A Noble Friend In His Sickness
Untimely Feaver, rude insulting guest,
How didst thou with such unharmonious heat
Dare to distune his well-composed rest;
Whose heart so just and noble stroaks did beat?
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Sir Henry Wotton

The Two Brave Soldiers
Air -- "The Texas Rangers"

My friends, I pray you listen,
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Julia Ann Moore

A! Fredome is a noble thing!
Fredome mays man to haiff liking;
Fredome all solace to man giffis,
He levys at ese that frely levys!
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John Barbour

In Memoriam A. H. H. OBIIT MDCCCXXXIII: Part 111
The churl in spirit, up or down
Along the scale of ranks, thro' all,
To him who grasps a golden ball,
By blood a king, at heart a clown;
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Alfred Lord Tennyson

I've thought o'er this until my brain has blisters.
Are you, indeed, such valiant resisters
Of all the charm, the grace, the noble bearing
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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

Oh, for some honest lover's ghost,
Some kind unbodied post
Sent from the shades below!
I strangely long to know
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Sir John Suckling

William Upson

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Julia Ann Moore

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